"Fast Fix": A presidential popularity contest
Former President Bill Clinton is in the midst of (another) political renaissance at the moment.
He is a much-sought-after presence on the campaign trail -- he's in Florida today stumping for Rep. Kendrick Meek's (D) Senate bid -- and national polling shows roughly two-thirds of the public see him in a favorable light.
Those numbers eclipse every other national Democratic politician -- including President Barack Obama.
So, why is the ex-president a hotter campaign commodity than the current occupant of the White House? We tackle that question in today's "Fast Fix" video.
| October 20, 2010; 12:00 PM ET
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